Q: In your study, there were differences in rates of reported use between men and women. ... Q: When you say open up that black box, how could that be done?
Q fever is caused by Coxiella burnetii and can lead to acute or chronic disease. ... considering Q fever as the cause of a patient's illness if appropriate,.
Q: I have a sore throat and cough. Why can't I get tested? ... Q: Why should I wash my hands and wipe down surfaces with bleach?
Q&As in this issue discuss some of them. Telemedicine expert and former ACP President Ana María López, MD, MPH, MACP, outlines how telehealth can be used to care for patients
leadership story” and does a Q&A with the attendees.
A late breakfast and dinner generally does it for me. Q: Since all breakfast foods are obviously not created equal, what are some good choices- and why? ... Q: How much about breakfast is true for everyone, and how much of the valid lore should be
See ACP Internist's Q&A with Frederick Wolfe for more in this vein.) Physicians shouldn't reinforce patients' perceptions that they are sick, he argued.
Meat, potatoes, and mortality. Q: When are car crash fatalities more likely: when a population has more cars and drives more, or when a population has fewer cars and drives less?
1, 2010 thru Dec. 31, 2010), internists should continue to use CPT 90658 for flu vaccines; however, code 90658 should not be billed in conjunction with Q codes.
Q: What will patients get for the monthly fee? A. In addition to office visits, patients will get:. ... Q: Will this mean patients will need to come in more often to "get their money's worth?".